mobile business

Xperia 5 DxOMark benchmark score should worry Sony

The Xperia 1, as its name suggests, was supposed to mark a new beginning for Sony’s mobile business. It was the first of its kind

Galaxy A91 renders suggest Samsung has settled on its new design language

The past few years have been tumultuous times for Samsung’s mobile business and you can pretty much see that reflected in how it has significantly

HP Elite Dragonfly is here to replace your work MacBook Pro

HP has announced the new Elite Dragonfly laptop, which is being aimed at “mobile business professionals”. HP is no stranger to good-looking laptops – the

Sony’s super-tall Xperia 1 is the first smartphone with a 4K OLED display

Sony has had a rough history when it comes to smartphones. Last year, the company vowed to do away with its boxy design philosophy and

Sony MWC 2019 will be a litmus test for its mobile business

Despite rumors to the contrary, Sony remained relatively silent at CES 2019 as far as mobile devices go. Instead, it preferred to focus on its

Nokia 3 review : Hands-on and first impressions of Nokia’s budget smartphone

The Nokia 3 was announced at MWC 2017. It’s a budget Android smartphone that’s well built Nokia is back with a bang. The Finnish company,

Fujitsu spins off PC, smartphone businesses

In what could be seen as yet another worrying development for the steadily declining PC industry, Fujitsu has announced that it has split its PC,

Sony: 2016 will make or break mobile business

For the first time in many years, things might be starting to look good for Sony’s smartphone business, but it isn’t out of the woods

Sony grapples for relevance with Concept for Android thrust

Despite a few rough starts, and still ongoing rough patches, Sony is committed to the mobile industry, particularly smartphones. But, based on mobile business head

Nintendo to aim for a “free-to-start” mobile gaming model

By announcing its plans to start a presence on mobile, Nintendo has practically sealed its fate in that part of the market. But, as with

ShenQi’s Chen Xudong is new Lenovo, Motorola mobile chief

Changes in high ranking positions aren’t always good. Unexplained changes in high ranking positions are even more suspicious. Given the suddenness of the move and

The Next Billion-Dollar Market Opportunity Is Mobile Enterprise

Enterprise mobile applications – like enterprise cloud applications a decade before – are poised to become a $100 billion market opportunity. I’ve worked with enterprise technologies